For Every Field There's A Mole from Lie Down in the Light by Bonnie "Prince" Billy. The best parts of the song aren't the guitar parts of course. Listen to the Rhodes, the clarinet and the stunning harmonies at the end. My first tab, done by ear. It's in standard tuning with a capo on the first fret. Listen to the song for the strumming and timing, but it's pretty easy. In the last section you can play F as Fmaj7/A (x03210) and it sounds really good. C C/G x 3 C F For every man who will last Em there's nothing he can't get past G C no obstacle he cannot erase F For every king there's a crown C C/B Am And every time I look around G F I am the king of infinite space [Electric piano break - just play the verse chords F E G C F C C/B Am G F] F For every field there's a mole Em With the soil that he stole G C And the sightlessness that lets him go free F For every drought there's a rain C C/B Am And when my earth's in pain G F I watch it boil o tearfully [Clarinet solo - Cm Bb Cm Gm (Fx2)] C There's a time to sing these things F And a time to have them sung Am A time to bring the tune F And a time to have it brung C There's a lap for resting head F There's the only nesting bed Am There's the souls to cry among F For the things that don't get sung C And a hand to hold your throat F To stifle that crying choke Am F C Thanks, please rate the tab!